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Cooking Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

Cooking Potatoes.: A scientific writer asks .should ipotntoes b0i>pcclod ;■ bcfqi-e cooking, or. should they bo boilod in their • jackets? I say most decidedly in their-' jackets, and ■ willstatomy reasons.From-fifty-thrceto fifty-six : per cent, of saline constituents of tlio potato is potash, . and potash is na .important, constituent of blood.— - bo .important.that,in Norway, where scurvy once pro- . vailed very'serionsly, it has been banished Bince tho - introduction of tho potato, and ;acoording to Jjang : and ; other BOodi'.authorities,.it is: owing to the use', of this vogetablo by a people who formerly wore • insuffioielilly supplied;'with salifio vegetable ■ food. . .Potash salts are freely soluble in water,, and I find thai the wator in which potatoes. liavo been boiled contains .potash;, bb may bo proved by boiling it down to concentrate, then filtering and adding tho usual potash tost, platinum chloride. ,,It'is evident : that the sltln of, the-potutomust assist!this ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Execution in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

.Execution i«, Melbourne. , Tim. oxeeitlion of William O'Brion, sontonced to i Heath for ilib murder of i'elor M'Ainslvnear. Lanco- . field,- was earned out. in the Melbourne. gaol- last , Friday.. The Kowlojiinoil man wan. ealm tand.com- , posed.- IIo made no . confession. ; III. reply ,lo ti ([DosIjoiv ho- said lie. had no statement.. to make. . Albort William Jones,.who''lalws Upjobn's place as .hangman,. tarried out the sentonce, and when tho drop fell death was instantaneous. , It is not known il'(lueoased .inado .any. confession .to .his apritual advisor.

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All England Eleven Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

AH .England KIcvcn rixtures. In a few days Shaw'4 ISnftlislt Woven will:nrrivo at Adolaidu, whero thoy open their aoloninl. campaign? on Ootober.81 ami following (lays against Fifteen of South Australia. 'J.'ho followItig-io^K- list of their lix-, tures up to the end of January:— October 81, November 1,.8; l'iflccn of: South Australia. ' ' v Novembor G; 7, 8—v.- Fifteen .of'Kensington PiAssooi^ ation, Adelaide. . ' ' ' '' , November U, 1», 17, 18—v. Victoria, at Mel bourne. -i- . ? ; November'21, 22, 21 25—v. New.- South Wfllcfl, at' Sydney. ' November 20, 27,—v, Tlnwliesbuty distrit^ ,ftt Windsoi. t ' j November 28, 29—v. county Cunibciland al Paua; .nmtta. Pacenibor 1-, 2,.3—v., Clarenoo Hivor, district'at Grafton. i Uacirilinr 12,13,15, 1(3—v. Australian Eleven at .^leluido (probably). TUr< ljilirr '28, 21—v. S.-i'dhnrql. Ui-Ofiuber 2ii, '27—v. Uallarat. ulHiiiiu'v 1, 2,,8, 5—v. Combined Australian Eleven, u Melbourne. January II. 10—v. Wolltmgnng. •limiiiiry 12,1!S—v....

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A Bathurst Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

A ISiitluu'st IS Vestry. FM.it of. September. 13, 'gives «,•cartoon jiorLiiii uf Bonnor, and " Jehu's" biographical ukoteli.is1- itR, follows:—His. father svas,from Horc for-Lpiiuu, Ii.b his mother, was from Lancashire, mill ho was born ei;;ht-and-l\vonty .years ago ul Bathuist, Now South Wales, lie was sent to ;Bchoo.l,,awl:ho went into tho bush, attached himself to.sheep'farming, and loarned to shoot,' to ride, to run, and,has now, como to, his mother country to rcpresont Australian cricket as one of tho Australian' Eleven. Ho is aquietj amiable, low-voicod, comely giant, standing six foot six in his boots, measuring ; 4J5.inohos round:thc ohcat, and .weighing 17,stono all ; l)ut 21bs. IIo lias thrown a crickot ball<120- yards: Ho canibowl very, fast indeed,, and is; a very hard : liittor.; IIo is a (inomnner too, and is the 100 yards ■•champion of Now South'Wales., Ho- is.noither li sinolier.nor a drinker, ho is gentle, and good-humour-;: . od, and is altogether a most...

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SCENE FROM MOUNT GIBRALTAR, NEAR BOWRAL. A MORNING REVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

SCENE" FROM MOUNT GIBRALTAR, NEAR H.O.WRAL. A MOllNINfi EEVK11II3. Oxb morning bright-1 thought' I'd like-to drink'of nature's wine : and straightway sought tllo cup that overflows. I fount1 a friend—my thoughts to him rovcalod—And soon to sco from off Gibraltar's mount wo onward move, and in tho course of tiina perceive that oach ascending footstep unto us rcvoals tho charms of naturo lying at our foot. Tho higher wo arrive," the sight bocomcfl more enchant ing,- and all around orcatcs a thrill of wondor in our minds. : Intently do we gaze.now at tho mighty wall of rock standing forth so boldly beforo our eyes; surrounded.' are .wo 011 nil sides by smaller ones, yet ponderous.andigrotcsquo. Soon, and with aching limbs, tho summit's readied, and wilh.indcscribable wonderweenst our eyes from oil tho top.to that which lieth at our feet; and in a revorie of bewilderment wo fall as still wo gnzo, Onward we movo, but cro a distance long is covored, we- halt-■nnd cautiously approach the v...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press, The
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Shocking Death near Braidwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

; Shocking !>catl) n«ar Brairiwoodl ,An awful occurrence took placo at Braidwood last*. I Saturday.: : Mr. Owon Ij'ox, a resident of Warri, 3; |-miles from Braidwood, overseer! for Mr. W. F. Gor I don, of Monar, loft his home to attend a wallaby;■ i drive live miles distant, leaving his wife, who > was an old:lady about 70, to take care of the house;. i,AVhen .ho returned in the evening ho found, the house, and outbuildings burned to the ground, and his wife missing.. Having sent word to Braidwood, Sub-in spector Casey despatched Constable Justin to the • ■ spot, .who; after some search, discovered a fowichar red bones and part .of the skull belonging to the missing wouian." The deceased had been very in Tirm lately, and it is .supposed that 'having-fallen in - to tho fire, in a lit, her clothes caught, and thon net v ;'firo to the house; Much sympathy is felt for Mr.. Pox., • . A monster demonstration of the supporters, of the Liberal party tool: place last Sunday in Hyde Par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

notice" T|Jin .proprietors of the. Bowrnl Frco Press nrjd Intol ligencp will bo liappy, to communicate, with persona throughout the. district willing',to become correspon dents to either or both the Hbo.ve journals; \y. & d. l. beer., •>... . Proprietors. THE WQNDERFUL SONG: BOOK;, eONTAINS . Comiq Songs, Funny Jokes, English, :. Ijish,' Scotch, and Sen Songs, Recitations, Darkiq'.'DroHpT.ias, Minstrol Melodies, and Funny Niggoj; NQljions. 820-pages. Price ls. 9d.at the rrcpJPress. Boo): and Stationery Depot, Bowral. By p(0.s6 Is. 10(2. " ' BOOKS, PUBLICATIONS,; &c.. QN SALE at tho.Frce Press Bqok and Slatiot)-! " cry D.opot, Bowral. SONG BOOKS.—A great variety of English, Irish,i Scotclij'and American, containing sentimental,! . comic',and nigger songs.; from 3d. upwards. HITS!*AND. SIUTS;—Hiimprous sketches by Bill' .. Nye,1 illustrated^price 8d. by post lOd. HOME; CHIMES.—Containing short talos, essays,1 • etc. 9d. by. pqst lid. NEVER.—A iiand-Book for the thii...

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METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

METUOPOLl'I'AN^COSSIVrV (From ;otm..Cobbebpondent ".Cmka.") ; Conferences, and pic-nics seepi the order of theiday. All;tbo religious .denominations havQ.iheon giving the .children of.tho Sab-, bath-schools . tboir annual harbour, oxcur :si.ou,and;fGftstfi:i;/rtfs<7o atsome of, thedolight fi4jnpo% that so richly abound .around Port Jajkspn,, Tho youngators liaye a glorious tim8(pf;it—first the trip, in the. steamer over tiie. bqunding wfivps, th/en the landing in a bay,, wh^ro,. there., is tho, most inviting sand beaob -to pick up shells pn, and then dabblo barefpo.tod. in tlip cool: sea water. Then, wha^witli the games and the tea and,, muf sqramlplo, it is., no wonder thai; so many of tho scholars..chango.. from school to soJjooI in, order to , be in for the differ on t trpats all tho. oburchos give onco in the. year,/ If .these, yearly, outings to,ok, place on. thp.same,.day,these ..juvenile SQla,omerswpijld; be,, in /»., fix; -but. as they generally,,,occur,.not,. soo...

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CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

OiriUtENT 1'iVKNTS., Tho Il,on. John FraMiyM.Tj.O,,'is dead; Mr. Stuart's health canlinuos.to improve. European settlement in Nov; .Guinea to bo pro hibited for tho present.. It is stutocl that tlio Hon. JohqFrazer^diod worth j half a mi|lion of money. ■ ■The dcn.Ui is announced of Sir:,VaIontine Flemipg, formerly Chiof Justico of Tasmania. The sccond roadjng of tho Franchiso.Bill will bo movod in ,tho House of Commons oil ., Thursday next. General Grant lms undertaken .to write a sorios of. twenty " war articles " for which ho is to reccivu. l£2000. A woman—Mrs. Bcjvn Lockwood—lms been nomi nated as a candidalo for the Presidency of tho.United Stales. .■ . Three Ares broke out during Saturday and Sunday in different parts ..of tho surburjbs, but no material damage was done. ! A destructive fire has ocourrcd at Moscow. A theatre and eighty shops were .burnt to .the ground. The damage is .'estimated at, H,000,000 roubles... Mr. Gopelarid,'the. cyclist, lms crossed the . Bluo Mountain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 29 October 1884

THE CELEBRATED WQLFE'& SCHNAPPS,. Tho, I'urost Stimulant in Uiq World. The name, of M: Moss, anil Co„_ ist o;i, eymj.f ! Gamine JMtle.. INFINITELY SUPERIOR to Brainy .or^VhiHky,. find i'h now tlio . MOST;POPULAR .DRINK TllRQUGTOU,TTHE; COLONY. ' I Certified: by tlio, Medical Profusion,* n]}.« "-T|io . Purest Stimuhint Procurable,''• , ^ ■ ' As a Tonic and Stiimilanco cannot, bo .surpuHspcl, i I giving tono.and lifo to tlio system,,. ' IThe Purest Spirit;in the. .Jfcfy'W.'. TJdolpho Wolfo's Schiedam Aroiqatiq SoiiNAitrs , Iia3 been a quarter, ot a century before, tlio, public, and iisxnlo in steadily increasing, whjlo hundreds of ' "■ imitations have, appeared and disappeared,'leaving . only .ruin and; disgrace to, .all connected witli tlicm. ) The.pilblio should 110 longer bo duped by injurious, . cheap,'fiery compounds, imitations o( tlu>,.geguino ^ ■ AYoIfe'B Schnapps. " ' ; The public aro strongly advised to puroluwe origi- -'.fy nal nnppened bottle?, as it lias boon t...

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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

IFcsleyan Church. Services to-morrow, November 2 :— Milfcftgong, at'11,'Mr. Owbonio; nfr 7, Mr. Grogorj'' Bowral, at XI, i{ov. T. It. Mclliclmclat 3, Mr. II. '1'; Booth; nt 7, Jlov. 0.' Oltlou Kimgiiloon, at Tl, liev. C!. Oltlen ■ • • liohci'lson, at 2,00, 'Mr. Wliiln Burrawanj;, at 11, Mr. "NV.-iIhIv,

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Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

Catholic Church. Mjibs will , 1)0 colobratod ■ on ■Snnclny. ■ next fit licrrima and" Sutton Forest at 11 o'clock.

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Anniversary of the Wesleyan Church, Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

Anniversary of- tlic Wesley an Church, flowal. Tnn anniversary services in conncetion with. the Bowrul \Vaslo.yau Church will ho preached to-mor-. row (Sunday)—in the morning by the Kev. T. B. Mo Michael, and in tlie evening by tho Hov. G. Olden; At three o'clock in the .afternoon Mr. 11.. I1.: Tiootli will deliver a Gospel Temperance address. On Tuesday following the annual tea-meeting will take plane in the school of arts, autl a public meeting will be held in the evening in the church. Addresses will ho rle'ivt red by the miaisters and others, and an ef ficient cuoir will render choice (.elections of appropri ate music at intervals rJuring the evening; wliile the interest in tho meeting will no doubt be increased by hn inturesring presentation of a valuable gold watch that ia to bo made to Sirs. Baward, who was for many years organist in the church,

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Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

Primitive Idelhndwt.• Chtre1t.:. Servj.oca to-morrow, November 2■ Jlowrnl, at 11 mid 7, Hov. 11. Jonnings r>riti(liuipoii, at 11. liml 7, Mi'. C. Voj?gon Bimnvoofl. at 8. JIoshis. Jtocaon ami C'ttlvarloy^

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THE RAILWAY TO ROBERTSON. INDIGNATION MEETING AT BURRAWANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

THE RAILWAY TO ROBERTSON. Indignation Mkrting at Bumuwaxo. Os Tuesday cvpniiig last ft public mooting wtis hold in Ginger's Ilall, Burrawang, 'cnUod by advertisement in the JJitrrmcivii/ JTrald, for the purposo of expressing indig nation at tho action of tho honorable mem- j bcr for Camden, McCourt, in opposing in his , placo in Parliament tlio proposal of (ho government to place ft sum of money on I lie loan estimates for tho construction of line I of railway from Bowral to Robertson. J. lie wording of the advertisement had the eilect of enlisting in tonse public interest nUlio mocl inens was evident from the fact that fully .wo hundred'and iifty persons were present re presenting all portions of tho Berrnna dis trict. Mr. McOourt's friends aud supporters turned out in great numbors, probably no less than fifty: being present fronv Moss Vale alone, the arrival of whom at Burra wan", in eight vehicles, and headed by the Moss Vale Brass Band, was evidence of the interest taken in the...

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Presbyterian Church. Minister—Rev. John Evans, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

J&rcslrytprian Church. Minister—Rev. John Evnnn, M.A. Services to-morrow, ftovetnuor^. Mosts Vale, at 11 and 7 jlittiigoiig, at)) .

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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

&l)c Natural Jxce l[)rcss, Oi. ; ' ■• - •-■ ~|X " ' Doits adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but 'cat and drink as friends SATURDAY, NOVEMBER1, 1884. If. the delinquent ■ who recontly pleaded guilty to snven separate charges oi' omboK zlemont at Yass wore tho only one who suf fered . by.his crimes werniuht say. that the punishment lie is to receive is only what ho richly deserves; and, iudeed, if it were not, for the disgrace it involves, would bo lighter thair his- merits. Uufortunately, ovon if: the future of this unfortunate defaulter is free from further dishonesty, the prison bar that he has incurred will attach to his name, however'stainless his charactor'may become with coming years and tho reflections,of Uio hitter experiences of the past. Yve do not say that on leaving gaol ho may not, do so a wiser and better man, who in timo may retrieve tho past by future uprightness and win back conscience and position; but this painful episode in his early life will cast, ...

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OUR PRIZE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

' ©USt PStlZE STORY... We desire to state- that we have, awarded to Miss " Ada Goldsby" our prisie . of one guinea for tlie best original storjrfor pub-.. licafcion .in Intelligence. The first portion of the story, which is en titled " Ethel Garland ; or, UndyingiLpse," will appear in next Wednesday's issue. The writer of the,'tale,: who has, for rea-. sons satisfactorily explained, withhold lior own name from the authorship,has been for a number of years a resident of the district, which fact alone should largely increase the public interest in the perusal of the story. : We are glad to ■ note that onr efforts to promote a taste for literature in the district have not been altogether in vain. In addi tion to the prize story several others have been received of considerable merit. Persons wishing to read the story should forward their names to us as subscribpvs be-: fore next publication

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES. A i.iteuahy and debating socioly has boon Buocwi.jf«Uy loniieil iu Bow ral. Tub Moss Vain UricUot 0h0> visits Goul bui'ii to-day to play a uiatoh with tl'u "ri* ontal Club. Tho duto of llio Church of England Sunday-school; picuia has boon altered to Saturday, Novombor till). Ahout two hundorod mul fifty persons at tonded Uio indignation^ routing at Burra wang lust Tuosday evening, Mvdamu Woodyoar's clectno circus per formed in Bowral last Tuesday cYoning, There wfta a largo attendance. Conscmh.k John. L. Waters has boon .gaaot tod noting clcr.lt of potty aessious at Mitta gong, vice Smith, trausfoiTcd, A^oonov-ut, in aid of fuuds for tho now Presbyterian Church, Mittngong, was hold ivt Slittagong yesterday Qyomnft. A siTci'Ffssrur, concovt in connection with the West Kagaloon Mutual Improvement Booioty was hold yestovday evening. ^ Tin! Bowral Club will not remain opon nftcr this evening, the lerm for which it was established having expired yesterday. Twknty jack...

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Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bowral Free Press — 1 November 1884

•fcifcernry- and Debating-Society. On WoflncRfloy evening last a public meetin;; was helfl-at Dftohelors' Hull for tho purpose of dincussin'* the dosy abihiy of establishing a literary ami debat ing uocipty in Bov/ral. There was a fair attendance j of- persons, interested in the movement. Mr, C. t Bennett was voted to Hie chair. On the motion of .'.Mi'. A. Bitter tho desirability - Was atttrmcd of farm ing 11 club,to be called tho Howral literary unci Do bating .Sociaty, and the followius .oJIloors were thore npon eloeted, viz.:—President, Mr. 0.Bennett; vico president, Jlr. J. (I. Morris; , Kooretary, ilr. D.L.-. Beer; treasurer, Mr. A. Hitler; and committee, :Messrs. n.'.WioMmiu, T. W-. Henry, H; D. Morton, i P; D. Sftwkins, and G, Phillips. Ilules and by-laws for tho governing ot the society were adopted-,-being Riniilar to thoso of Uio deiunct Mutual Improvement -Soaicty, with n few exceptions, oae being that Jadies may be admitted-jnomborn ot; tho socioty free of' charge. ' Tho...

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